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testimony alleging the fbi had an informant inside the highest levels of al qaeda. before 9/11. this is "special report." >>> good evening. i'm bret baier. we have new information tonight on just how far ahead of the september 11th, 2001, terror attacks the u.s. government had any idea of how dangerous osama bin laden could be. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is here with fascinating details. >> thank you, bret. according to court documents the fbi source was in direct contact with osama bin laden eight years before the 9/11 attacks. it was clear even then that the al qaeda leader wanted to finance plots inside the u.s., and it appears none of this information was shared with the 9/11 commission, nor the relevant congressional committees. the human intelligence asset was run by this fbi agent. the connection to bin laden only came to light after he filed a discrimination suit against the bowero and his supervisor testified about the quality of his work and the assets he was running, quote, it was the only source i know in the bureau where we had a source
't enough. i'm wolf blitzer. you near "the situation room." >>> the fbi had a source inside al qaeda with direct access to osama bin laden eight years before the 9/11 attacks. the "washington times" reports the source learned what bin laden was looking to finance attacks inside the united states and that the information helped foil a plot against a target in los angeles. let's bring in our national security analyst, the al qaeda expert, peter bergen, who actually met with bin laden back in 1997. pretty explosive indications here. the fbi was sitting on a source close to bin laden but apparently never shared that information with all the committees investigating what happened. >> yeah. it's extraordinary, wolf. think about literally hundreds of thousands of man and woman hours that went into the 9/11 investigation. this seems like an important thing the commission should have known. the u.s. government was aware that bin laden was a problem in '93. we know that already. the state department issued a report about him. but this kind of -- you know, the idea that they can cite a source i
fbi documents suggesting it may have been rigged. >>> your "new day" starts right now. >>> good morning. welcome to "new day." it's wednesday, february 26th, 6:00 in the east. the ball my weekend, just a big tease. the eastern two-thirds of the country now in the grips of a dangerous arctic blast. for good measure, there's snow in the forecast all the way to new england. indra petersons, our meteorologist whether tell us -- will tell us what's happening, where, and why. let's begin with ted row lands in frigid chicago. how you holding up? >> reporter: frigid is an understatement, chris. good morning. it's about 15 degrees below zero right now in chicago. much worse in other areas of the midwest. it is just getting to be too much to bear. the latest arctic blast is a harsh reminder that the winter that just won't quit isn't over. >> too long, too cold. >> reporter: cities across the country nearing record levels for snow and low temperatures. minnesota is an track to break its record of 52 days below zero. chicago has been below zero for 23 days this winter and the fifth highest
to be watched by supporters and opponents and the like. >> the fbi saw this about the first ali/listo fight. >> reporter: it was one of the greatest moments in american history. could the fight have been rigged? we'll tell you about new documents fueling that speculation. mine was earned in korea in 1953. afghanistan, in 2009. orbiting the moon in 1971. [ male announcer ] once it's earned, usaa auto insurance is often handed down from generation to generation. because it offers a superior level of protection. and because usaa's commitment to serve current and former military members and their families is without equal. begin your legacy. get an auto insurance quote. usaa. we know what it means to serve. [ mthat if you wear a partial,w you're almost twice as likely to lose your supporting teeth? try poligrip for partials. poligrip helps minimize stress which may damage supporting teeth by stabilizing your partial. care for your partial. help protect your natural teeth. ♪ 800,000 hours of supercomputing time, 3 million lines of code, 40,000 sets of eyes, or a million sleepless nights. wheth
show, talk about benjam benghazi. when michael morell met with the senators he said to them, the fbi clamped us up on these. they called the fbi and they said we didn't do that. and they were furious. >> senator graham says the fbi was furious about that allegation and the suggestion the fbi was unwilling to share information gained from interviews immediately after the attack in germany with survivors. michael more michael morell has represented he didn't cord natuinate. the isn't a saliant issues, but we need to get to the bottom. >> if hilary clinton is nominated this is going to get analyzed and analyze. and michael morell is working with ner now? >> he is at a consulting firm she is partner in. >>> much of the country is getting hit with a round of frigid blast. temperatures in some spots are 30-50 below average. and we have another storm system around the corner. steve is outside of south philly where it is a balmy 40. >> we are way below zero when you talk about wind chills. what a weirdo winter this has been. record-cold here in philly and along the east coast and record warm
of the most epic fights of all time now newly released fbi documents suggesting it may have been rigged. >>> your "new day" starts right now. >>> good morning. welcome to "new day." it's wednesday, february 26th, 6:00 in the east. the ball my weekend, just a big tease. the eastern two-thirds of the country now in the grips of a dangerous arctic blast. for good measure, there's snow in the forecast all the way to new england. indra petersons, our meteorologist whether tell us -- will tell us what's happening, where, and why. let's begin with ted row lands in frigid chicago. how you holding up? >> reporter: frigid is an understatement, chris. good morning. it's about 15
by an fbi agent. matthew lineza allegedly made connection with the undercover agent because he was hoping to connect with the taliban after touching off civil unrest in the u.s. there was a plea agreement taken into account his history of mental illness. >>> a huge settlement could exceed $80 million after a lawsuit claimed it damages graves and dumped human remains. the lawsuit accuses eden memorial park of breaking burial vaults to make room for new graves and trying to maximize profits by squeezing graves in, leaving at most 3 inches of space between them. the cemetery owner in this case denied any wrongdoing. >>> new concerns over a radiation leak at a nuclear dump in new mexico. officials say they're not sure how much radiation workers were exposed to during the february 14th leak. preliminary tests show 13 workers inhaled radioactive particles, but more tests are planned to get a greater understanding of any potential health issues. the dump is located outside of carlsbad in southeastern new mexico. >>> coming up, the price of advertising on oscar night hits a record high. "money ti
of homeland security and the fbi specifically, i think those relationships are good with secretary johnson in place but i think we will take some for the steps forward and will meet with him and a couple of weeks. team sport, something we have to work together. i'm concerned that our policy and laws lag behind us and part of that is educating people, the american people and our administration and congress and the courts on what's going on in this space. many of the issues that we've worked our way through over the last five years on the industry side working with the fisa court boils down to an understanding of what's going on in cyberspace. our ability to articulate it, and their understanding of what we are talking about. this makes this area especially difficult and one that i think we need to step back, set a framework for discussion with the american people. this is going to be actually important in setting up what we can and cannot be in cyberspace to protect this country. and for my perspective is going to be one of the big issues as we move forward. i think a precursor to that is g
to individuals charge, which we refer all issues to the fbi and then they move in, and they did their investigation and, ultimately, this determines whether or not a crime is committed, and we believe ensuring those individuals are held accountable to the fullest extent of the law. >> do you have the numbers how many are prosecuted in a way and then discipline and then prosecution. >> i don't have that information with me currently, but i can provide that for the record. >> do you have that? >> yes. >> thank you. any studies on the effects of solitary confinement on recidivism and early entry? >> there's been no stoids as a result of the hearing conducted in 2012 when that was presented to me, and we have not participated in any type of study. we dprea to undergo the analysis that's take b place right now with cna, and hopefully from that review, we'll have some insight, but, senator, i have to add, when you are looking at recidivism, that will require a long period of time to assess when you're looking at the number of individuals who have since been released and impact on reci
others were badly damaged. no word on a cause. >>> the fbi is investigating several acts of vandalism. anti-wealth graffti has been found. the fbi is handing the case because they track activist movements. we'll check weather, good morning. >>> good morning, scott. we're looking at another round of showers and thunderstorms that arrive tonight. it will be stronger than the one that came through this morning. go on twitter, we're doing a live chat right now. search nbc bay area weather. a lot of the activity is falling apart and not going to continue to hold together. jacket weather today, 60s for daytime highs. mike, how is the drive? >> it's a little better now. looking here toward palo alto. southbound 101 things were gumming up until about five minutes ago when it started to move more smoothly. on the east bay side we're looking at oakland. that is not bad and the slowing is gradual approaching high street. the south bay northbound on the 101. the orange means speeds are closer to 55. that's good news. >>> another local news update for you in half an hour. >>> from nbc news, this i
their lawyers involved and helping us and later contacted the fbi. >> then it became even more dark, not just about money. preside the fbi is now involved. where is the investigation at this point? >> i'm not really allowed to speak of the actual investigation with him, but the fact of the matter is that my story is just one of thousands if not millions. it's a $32 billion industry. >> you're talking about human trafficking? >> human trafficking in general, yeah. >> i just want to be clear here for everybody. did it become ab human trafficking, not just sort of another money scam? >> because there was no money involved. there was no way he would have gotten money from us. like, it was a legitimate -- in terms of the business, he was offering to pay us in the contract he gave us. he wasn't going to get money or anything like that out of us. >> what do you think would have happened if you would have gone over there? >> i mean, that's something in a horror movie. that's the reality of it. i wouldn't be sitting here talking to you. let's put it that way. >> scary thought there. certainly an awful
that the fbi is now offering a $10,000 reward to anyone who catches someone doing it. please, please, do not. >>> meanwhile, asiana airlines is being fined $500,000 for the way it handled that deadly crash in san francisco last year. authorities say that it took the airline in some cases five days to contact some victims' families. >>> and swiss bank executives will be answering questions on capitol hill today. they stand accused of helping their wealthy american clients hide up to $12 billion from the irs. a senate investigation found that credit suisse used among other things a secret elevator, hid cash in panty hose and even stuck bank statements in a "sports illustrated" magazine all to avoid detection. >>> speaking of detection, take a look at this. that. nasa has released new video of a massive flare erupting on the sun, the largest of its type. it's a gas explosion. it unleashed winds topping 4 million miles per hour. how do they know that? thankfully the flare was not pointed at the earth. so no problems are expected here, but whatever planet it may have been pointed at, you have our
at a jewelry store wearing goggles and respirators claiming to be fbi agents investigating a meth lab. later they pulled a gun and zip tied the employees. one guard them in the back room while others scooped up the goods and got away. >>> interior department calculated the cost of last year's government shutdown of national parks. that 16-day congressional standoff came to $414 million in lost visitor spending at the parks and surrounding communities. the national parks are economic engines. in 2012 generating $27 billion. supporting 243,000 jobs. >>> roads around the nation's capital are still treacherous this morning after a powerful storm kovrtd area with snow and ice. many schools will be delayed or closed for a second day. federal agencies shut down yesterday are opening two hours late this morning. and d.c. is bracing for another blast of bitter cold air with temperatures dipping into single digits. and that same storm turned into a traffic nightmare for drivers across texas. thousands of them stuck on slick highways. the biggest backup formed south of dallas, a line of cars and trucks
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